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When I talk to would-be entrepreneurs and freelancers, the one recurring objection to leaving the 9-5 grind is the lack of affordable insurance. And with good reason! Americans without coverage through work (and even those WITH employer-sponsored coverage) can shell … Continue Reading
There are few things more stressful than having a medical emergency come up while you’re uninsured. I would know, I’ve totally been there. I got married in college, my husband and I both had minimum wage jobs without benefits, and … Continue Reading
Renter’s insurance is one of those things you probably haven’t given a lot of thought to, even if you’ve been renting your home for a long time. If you don’t have it, you may not think you need it (you … Continue Reading
Mark your calendars: you have until March 31, 2014 to sign up for health insurance. That’s the deadline imposed under the Affordable Care Act as the last day of open enrollment to sign up for coverage under Obamacare. It’s also … Continue Reading
It seems like as life goes on, everything gets more expensive. I’m not just talking about the costs of goods and services – moving deeper into your adult years is pricey because you simply have to spend more to hold … Continue Reading
If you know anything at all about car insurance, you understand the importance of keeping a clean driving record. After all, one of the fastest ways to see your insurance rates spike is to get a ticket or be involved … Continue Reading
Generally, life insurance should be purchased if the death of the insured would cause a financial hardship. That’s why parents of minor children need life insurance, so that there will be money to take care of the children financially if … Continue Reading